Contract Disputes Scheme

Insure against the risk of Litigation! The Contract Dispute Scheme will enable you to insure your business against the risk of litigation.

Litigation is always a risk for any business. Whether it is the non payment of an invoice followed by allegations of a faulty product, or a supplier not being able to comply with their contractual obligations, it would be unusual for a business not to end up involved in a commercial dispute at some point.

There can be no doubt that litigation can be expensive and risky and with the costs reforms that are taking place businesses do need to consider how they would deal with commercial disputes going forward. At SA Law, we believe that the contract dispute scheme can protect your business from the burden of contractual disputes with a fixed price package providing certainty.

What our Scheme Delivers

The elements of the contract dispute scheme are flexible and can be individually tailored to the needs of your business:

  • Insurance cover in the event of court proceedings being pursued or defended
  • Telephone helpline manned by qualified commercial solicitors
  • A review of your standard terms and conditions and high value contracts
  • The opportunity to purchase “banked hours” at significantly reduced rates 

We are very aware of how difficult it can be dealing with commercial disputes. The Contract Dispute Scheme will assist businesses negotiate the minefield of litigation costs and protect them from the risks of litigation.

"All the staff are attentive and speak to you in terms you can understand. SA Law's CDR team provides an absolutely first-class service in all areas"
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